Archives for: September 2012

Wizard Golf Course in Myrtle Beach gets Scottish enhancements

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Mystical Golf's Wizard Golf Course has long been considered one of the better values and most fun plays in the Myrtle Beach, S.C., area, and now it might be even better after some recent improvements. Mystical Golf just finished installing some St.… more »

New Valley golf course to reopen at JW Marriott Desert Springs in California

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Ted Robinson designed a lot of terrific courses in the U.S., and one of them just got an update and freshening. The Valley Course at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa in the Coachella Valley of California will reopen at the end of next mon… more »

Station Casinos, Walters Golf offering dynamite Las Vegas golf package this fall

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Most people when they book Las Vegas golf trip think about staying on the Strip. And while there's nothing wrong with that, they might want to consider some of the other casino resort hotels, especially if it makes it a little easier to get to the golf… more »

Feeling like as pro on the Golf Channel Am Tour

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PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- For the past week or so the tour has been At the Sawgrass Marriott Resort & Beach Club. Not the PGA Tour, mind, but this is a pretty big deal, especially for the record 1,135 competitors playing at the Golf Channel Am Tour… more »

Cool new additions to The Old American Golf Club near Dallas

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Old American Golf Club pays homage to classic American architecture. Here's some good news from one of the most intriguing golf courses in Texas -- The Old American Golf Club at The Tribute just north of Dallas: The course -- which is across from… more »

The majors might be over, but nothing beats playing golf in the fall

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It's a glorious time. Last week, college football kicked off and on Wednesday night, the NFL season gets underway with the Cowboys at the Giants at The Meadowlands in New Jersey just outside New York City. Up north, for the next few weeks, the leaves… more »